Water Sports

Water Sports

The masses do not see the Sirens. They do not hear songs in the air. Blind, deaf, stooping, they pull at their oars in the hold of the earth. But the more select, the captains, harken to a Siren within them… and royally squander their lives with her.” – Nikos Kazantzakis. Our water sports category is for all the captains who hear the sirens and dream of casting off from the shore.

While water sports is a catch-all category, the principles of Coleman Concierge apply. Think about aquatic adventures for ordinary people, and you’ll be there. We’re on the lookout for soft adventures that get you out and exploring the world. After all, since the world is 71% water, you can’t see it all if you’re not willing to get your feet a little wet.
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